Meghan's Capsule Wardrobe for Morocco Is All Kinds of Chic

Although I'm fully aware of the fact that Meghan and Harry did not take an EasyJet flight and opt for speedy boarding hand luggage for their three-day tour of Morocco, it's still a wise idea for the Duchess of Sussex to be a concise packer and craft a capsule wardrobe for these occasions.

Since she touched down late on Saturday night, we've enjoyed Meghan's dramatic ensemble to meet the Crown Prince of Morocco in Casablanca—a stunning scarlet cape-shouldered gown from Pierpaolo Piccioli for Valentino could be considered a thoughtful nod to the predominant hue of Morocco's national flag. Scarlet is the brand's signature colour, so Meghan also clearly knows her fashion references.

On Sunday morning, the pregnant duchess wore a loose-fitting white shirt with jeans, slingbacks and a blazer as she and Harry departed for a visit to a girls' boarding school. Upon arrival, Meghan switched the look up a little, playing the casual card well by adding slipper-style flats and a plain black tee to her look. Look closely and you'll also see the addition of a henna tattoo on her left hand.

After spending Sunday evening at the British ambassador's residence in Rabat in a cream gown by Dior, Meghan opted for a more casual look on Monday wearing a Breton top, Rag and Bone skinny jeans and a parka for several visits. She then wore a black knee-length tiered dress with a white blazer and gold earrings and had one final outfit change for the evening into a custom House of Herrera blue printed gown.

See? Capsule holiday wardrobing at it's best. Keep scrolling to see the royal highnesses in Morocco.